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Direct Line ‘First Car First Love’ campaign

As part of our SEO retainer we generated campaign ideas to drive traffic to Direct Line’s sites, including both their consumer and B2B arms.

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Argos URL migration

Already a very successful ecommerce platform, Argos’ website growth in visibility and traffic had stalled. We were retained to kickstart this growth and drive innovation.

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Samsung Business B2B digital marketing strategy

With a global presence and central control, Samsung was moving to regional management of their B2B and B2C marketing operations in Europe, to mimic their US structure. We were hired to provide digital support.

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The Body Shop Dare To Mask campaign

We were retained to provide a global Instagram strategy and produce creative content to attract, engage, and grow their audience. We increased follower growth from 200k to 1million based on our social strategy. Engagement rates across Instagram content increased dramatically.

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Direct Line Group digital infographics

Organic’s initial successes on Direct Line and Direct Line for Business provided opportunities with other businesses within the group.

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Nectar ‘Makes Me Me’ campaign

Social strategy to develop their channels as a primary digital channel (alongside their well established email activity) to support the launch of their new mobile app. Our focus was on overall growth and engagement.

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W Series brand launch

W-Series and Organic joined forces at the beginning of their journey. As a ground breaking women’s racing series they needed a digital partner that could role with the punches and adapt to change quickly and effectively.

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IRIS digital transformation

IRIS tasked us with helping them understand how their customers used and interacted with their website.

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EPLN brand creation

Four leading European intellectual property law firms came to us to create a new brand for a network they were founding. The firms were Kilburn & Strode (UK), Santarelli (France), Meissner Bolte (Germany) and V.O. Patents and Trademarks (The Netherlands).

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